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April 22, 2009


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Pretty awesome what Adam got going, wasn't it?

Love this: "you, the sail, and a bit that floats".

I've congratulated Adam privately...here it is publicly: Great job Adam...congratulations!

re you, the sail and the bit that floats, wait until you get on a board, Bonnie. Maybe you'll feel it's magic, maybe you won't, but for a lot of us (I started out on Sunfish and Hobies) it was a revelation.

very cool..I read about Robin's voyage when I was a kid..thanks for sharing..

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